Fortnite: Dragon Ball collaboration enters round two

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The Dragon Ball collaboration enters its second round in Fortnite. Here is the first information.

Time for the next level: Starting today, Son Gohan and Piccolo make their Fortnite debut as part of a second Dragon Ball collaboration. Also included are the attack item “Kamehame Ha” and the movement item “Jindujun (Kintoun)” from the vault, and the Dragon Ball Adventure Island is back.

Battle Royale transcends all boundaries
In every Battle Royale/Build Null game, the items Kamehame Ha and Jindujun (Kintoun) fall from the sky in pods. These two items will remain in Battle Royale/Null Build until v.23.40.

Away from Battle Royale: The Dragon Ball Adventure Island is back
Created by development team Vysena Studios, the Dragon Ball Adventure Island features iconic locations from the series to explore and an open PvP battle arena. The Dragon Ball Adventure Island can be accessed either through the Discover screen or by entering the island code 5642-8525-5429.

New missions and rewards
Starting today at 15:00, a Dragon Ball weekly quest can be completed on this island to obtain the Beast Gohan spray theme. Another weekly Dragon Ball mission can unlock the Orange Piccolo spray theme starting February 7th at 3:00 p.m.

The Dragon Ball set gets even more powerful
While players harness great powers on the Battle Royale Island or collect Dragon Balls on the Dragon Ball Adventure Island, they can also set out as Dragon Team members Son Gohan or Piccolo. These new Outfits—and their matching accessories—are available now in the Item Shop.

More information is available in Fortnite blog.

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